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Re: Problems installing XML::LibXML

by Matts (Deacon)
on Jan 03, 2003 at 17:47 UTC ( #224062=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Problems installing XML::LibXML

Try the beta versions on CPAN (1.54_something) which you have to download and install manually, or alternatively downgrade to 1.52, which is what I still use as it's very stable.

I'm a bit biased (I'm the author of XML::LibXSLT and original author of XML::LibXML though it's been taken over by someone else now), but I would say XML::LibXML+LibXSLT is the only serious option for doing XSLT work in perl right now (unless you're on windows, and then possibly calling MSXML via Win32::OLE is a good alternative). It's *extremely* fast and I think barring very strange corners of the relevant specifications it's 100% compliant to the specs.

Hope that helps. As vek suggested - if it doesn't then often the perl-xml list is a better place to ask.

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[james28909]: ok maybe i need to ask this question in sopw and not CB but here goes
[james28909]: i am manually parsing html, and am trying to wrap my head around keeping up with tag counts
[james28909]: i can extract a certain tree manually by regexing the html file for a starting anchor, then i send the position of the match to a sub and then seek to that position in the file and keep up with div tags (for now)
[james28909]: how can i manage multiple tags? other than div?

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